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Lindberg,  John / Anil Eraslan: Juggling Kukla [VINYL] (NoBusiness)

The duo of cellist Anil Eraslan and contrabassist John Lindberg in a "rollicking adventure of sound explosions and subtle sensibilities, ragged expressionism and multi-faceted surprises and shockers. All from simple raw unfettered wood, strings, bow hairs, and flesh."
 

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John Lindberg–doublebass

Anil Eraslan–cello


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UPC: 4779022078514

Label: NoBusiness
Catalog ID: NBLP86
Squidco Product Code: 21219

Format: LP
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Lithuania
Packaging: LP
Recorded at Downtown Studio in Strasbourg, France, in May 2011 by Didier Houbre.

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"Born of a mystical and astounding spontaneous sonic adventure in Istanbul during the summer of 2010, this cello and contrabass duet is dedicated to delivering journeys of unbridled spirit-driven musical messages directly immersed in–the-moment.

Their message speaks straight to the soul of all the intrepid beings willing to take the invitation to viscerally experience this rollicking adventure of sound explosions and subtle sensibilities, ragged expressionism and multi-faceted surprises and shockers. All from the simple raw unfettered wood, strings, bow hairs, and flesh of Juggling Kukla."-Juggling-Kukla.Blogspot


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Track Listing:



SIDE A



1. Off 1

2. Blagues Nulles

3. Stages

4. Islak Yayalar

SIDE B



1. Off 4

2. Lingo Lingo

3. Off 3

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Jazz
Duo Recordings
Stringed Instruments

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